The menu at Joe's may seem broad, but don't let that fool you: these guys have spent the last 19 years perfecting each and every recipe, from the hand-cut steaks to the homemade Brunswick stew to the never-ever-ever-frozen wings.When it comes to Atlanta's ever-changing dining scene, it's pretty significant when a restaurant can stick it out for more than a couple years. But two decades? Seems like an eternity, but that's about how long Joe's To Goes, and their extensive roster of burgers, wings and other familiar staples, have been feeding the neighbors. Heck, even the current owner's family grew up feasting on dinner from Joe's on the regular. But ever since Cathie and her son took the place over, remodeled the dining room, and installed a shiny new bar, Joe's is more of a neighborhood fixture than ever. (We're thinking the wall of 40 taps might have something to do with it.)
The menu at Joe's may seem broad, but don't let that fool you: these guys have spent the last 19 years perfecting each and every recipe, from the hand-cut steaks to the homemade Brunswick stew to the never-ever-ever-frozen wings. For the patrons who've made Joe's a regular pit-stop for years, the place is like a second home — but even if you've never set foot inside the door before, there's just something instantly familiar and comforting about Joe's. Maybe it's the way Cathie cheerfully greets all her customers. Maybe it's the neighborhood families encamped in the booths, treating themselves to cheeseburgers and milkshakes. Or maybe it just comes with the territory of being a beloved neighborhood eatery for nearly two decades. Either way, we're pretty happy that Joe's to Goes ain't going anywhere anytime soon.
Joe's Famous Chili, $3.99
Wings, $7.99 (8-piece) to $21.99 (24-piece)
Prime Rib Philly, $7.99
The Redneck Burger, $9.99
Italian Stallion Burger, $9.99
Monday — Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Sunday, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.